Huntington University Magazine
Huntington's flagship magazine is now available from the Alumni Publications page of the University portal. Electronic copies from 1998 to present are available.
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Spring 2014 Issue
The newest issue of the Huntington University Alumni Magazine is now available.
A Mission of Excellence: Huntington University’s mission has stood as a pillar for excellence for the institution since its inception — four pillars in fact: Scholarship, Breadth, Vocation and Service.
Venturing Forward: A $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. has created new entrepreneurial opportunities for students at Huntington University.
Grandfather to Grandson: Like grandfather, like grandson. It may not be the most common phrase, but it’s certainly true for the Merryman family.
A strong Church-College partnership: The United Brethren in Christ denomination is proud of Huntington University. We started the university in 1897, and it has always played an important part in our total ministry. Numerous other colleges have drifted from their church roots, but our church-college partnership remains firm and is cherished.
The 'Likeness' of Inspiration: “The Likeness of Sydney Mann,” written by junior film production major Jonathan Scales, follows the hardships of a family who are recruited into selling drugs by their mother to make ends meet. But as the older daughter attempts to find a better path for her life, she discovers the love and support of a next-door neighbor.